Amazon Ask All Its Employees To Wear Mask At Work Regardless Of Their Vaccination Status
Amazon.com has ordered all employees in the United States, regardless of their vaccination status, to wear masks at work because the country's highly addictive delta version of COVID-19 is widespread.
Companies in the US have tightened their defenses against the virus after Delta Edition forced the US health department to reverse course and insist even fully vaccinated people wear masks.
An Amazon spokesperson said in a statement, “We are monitoring the situation closely and will continue to follow local government directives and work closely with key health professionals to ensure that our buildings are protected by our teams. optimized for the safety of the statement on Friday.
Last month, big techs like Alphabet's Google and Facebook urged U.S. employees entering offices to be vaccinated, while Twitter said it was closing its reopened offices in the country.
Amazon has also extended its home office appointments for US employees until January 3.
Earlier this week, coronavirus cases worldwide topped 200 million, according to a Reuters tally, while US cases stood at 35.62 million on Thursday.